Amazon has a bunch of Region 1 Classic Who DVDs on sale: 

Many other titles are also discounted in the 30something% range. I have no idea how long these discounts will last.

FYI, American and Canadian Whovians!

Stolen from the TARDIS Library main page:

US & Canada fans, be warned — BBC Worldwide Americas have confirmed a list of 19 classic series Doctor Who DVDs being deleted from their catalog in 2013, meaning that when current stocks are are exhausted, they will no longer be available from retailers.

So if any of these are missing from your collection, now’s the time to buy before it’s too late! The list of titles affected are: The Rescue/The Romans, The Web Planet, The Time Meddler, The Gunfighters, The Invasion, The War Games, Terror of the Autons, The Time Monster, Planet of the Spiders, Black Orchid, Time-Flight, The Awakening, Frontios, Planet of Fire, The Mark of the Rani, Battlefield, Ghost Light and The Curse of Fenric.

The Two Doctors is also on this list, however this is a special case as it appears likely to be re-released as a special edition in 2014, although without the Jimmy Savile content contained on the original.


Well something’s early! Wasn’t expecting this until Monday at the earliest! Anyway, click on the photos for captions and stuff, the disc content is: 

Disc 1 (with Eleven on the front): 
The Name of the Doctor 
The Night of the Doctor 
Behind the scenes 
Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide 

Disc 2 (with Ten on the front): 
The Day of the Doctor 
Behind the Lens 
The Last Day 
Script to Screen 
Cinema intros: Strax & the Doctor 
Tales From the TARDIS 

Disc 3 (with the War Doctor on the front): 
The Time of the Doctor 
Behind the Lens 
Deleted scene 
The Science of Doctor Who 
Farewell to Matt Smith 

Disc 4 (with Eight on the front): 
An Adventure in Space and Time 
William Hartnell: The Original 
Behind the scenes feature 
The Making of An Adventure in Space and Time 
Title sequences 
Deleted scenes 
The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot 
Doctor Who at the Proms 2013

Ooh oooh OOOOH.

The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot, according to Colin Baker, is getting a DVD release as part of a package that also includes Matt Smith. Based on what I’ve heard previously, I’m betting this is part of the 50th anniversary collector’s boxset that’s meant to include The Day of the Doctor, The Ultimate Guide and The Science of Doctor Who. Happy days!

Classic Who Boxsets Currently on Sale on Amazon (R1)

For anyone in Region 1 (or with the ability to play Region 1 discs) looking to fill gaps in their Classic Who collection:

And most single Classic Who releases (except the newest ones) are 35-40% off.

BONUS: Over at Barnes and Noble, the reissue of The Beginning box set (An Unearthly Child/The Daleks/The Edge of Destruction) is currently 40% off ($22.79).

be-alittleproudofme asked:

yo i saw your post about cheap classic who dvds at jb hifi and i wanna get some but i don't know which ones to get! which are your favourite episodes?

I have loads of favs. Haha. So I will just name one of my fav eps of each classic Doctor.

  1. The Time Meddler.
  2. The Tomb of the Cybermen.
  3. Inferno.
  4. City of Death.
  5. The Caves of Androzani.
  6. The Two Doctors.
  7. Survival.
  8. The Movie (well it is the only classic 8th doctor dvd obvs.).

But yeah there are so many. Also recommend ‘The Beginning’ boxset which contains the first 3 eps plus a reconstruction of Marco Polo. The Romans is also really good (first doctor), but it is a part of a boxset along with the Rescue. The second Doctor eps: The Mind Robber and The Invasion are also good. Spearhead from Space (three), Genesis of the Daleks (four), The Curse of Fenric (seven). There are so many good eps. I could name more fourth doctor ones due to my bias. But yeah. Oh and the third doctor episode ‘The Mind of Evil’. Oh and the Hand of Fear, which is a 4th doc ep and also Sarah jane’s last ep. 

My first classic doctor dvd/s was actually the Beginning boxset, which as a whovian I do recommend due to it having the first episode “An Unearthly Child”, which is good, but not the best, “The Daleks” for obvious reasons, and “The Edge of Destruction” which takes place in the TARDIS, and is still good. But yeah, it is the first 3. 

The Aztecs is also good (1st doc). I also like Nightmare of Eden (4th doc). The Claws of Axos (3rd doc). Earthshock (5th doc). Battlefield (7th doc). The Mark of the Rani (6th doc), as the Rani is awesome. 

But yeah there are so many. And I enjoy them all, even eps that aren’t so good like The Twin Dilemma. Yes I enjoy that one, although obvs not my fav. 

Also the Key to Time boxset is a particular fav. Anyway. I’ll just post this before I name any more. Thanks for the ask. :)

FYI, Americans -

Some of the current Doctor Who DVD deals on Amazon:

New Who

- Series 1-5: $44.99/$45 (44% off)

- The Specials: $26.49 (47% off)

- Series 6: $39.99 (50% off)

Classic Who

- “The Beginning” Box Set (An Unearthly Child/The Daleks/The Edge of Destruction): $16.99 (55% off)

- The Movie: $20.25 (42% off)

- Key to Time Box Set: $55.99 (44% off)

- The War Games: $25.99 (48% off)

- The E-Space Trilogy: $26.49 (47% off)

- The Black Guardian Trilogy: $32.99 (45% off)

- The Space Museum/The Chase: $25.99 (48% off) (*keep in mind, though, that the R1 release of The Chase lacks the Beatles sequence)

- “New Beginnings” Box Set (The Keeper of Traken/Logopolis/Castrovalva) $26.99 (40% off)

- “Dalek War” Box Set (Frontier in Space/Planet of the Daleks): $32.99 (45% off)

- “Beneath the Surface” Box Set (The Silurians/The Sea Devils/Warriors of the Deep) - $29.99 (40% off)

- Trial of a Time Lord Box Set: $28.49 (43% off)

- The Five Doctors Anniversary Edition: $16.99 (43% off)

- Horror of Fang Rock: $9.49 (53% off)

- Pyramids of Mars: $8.49 (58% off)

- Earthshock: $9.99 (50% off)

And most other single stories are 35%-40% off.

Plus, if you go to today, you can buy a $10 gift certificate for $5 (limit 1).